Ghislaine Maxwell’s gilded life - and how it all came crashing down
The law has finally caught up with disgraced socialite Ghislaine Maxwell. She and her late lover Jeffrey Epstein were the central players in a depraved world of wealth, luxury and privilege where naive young teenagers from poor backgrounds were treated as disposable sexual playthings
“Ghislaine Maxwell is not going to be able to hide,” David Boies, the lawyer whose client list includes everyone from Al Gore to Harvey Weinstein, declared during a press briefing 11 months ago.
“There’s no place in the civilised world where she can go and not be found. And unlike (Jeffrey) Epstein, she does not have the massive resources that would be required to carve out a new life in some obscure...
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